Web 2.0 Changed the Web Culture into a New Page

774 Words Feb 16th, 2018 3 Pages
This new platform brought us a new way to share information, connect communicate, accomplish the business transactions, and foster creativity and cooperation among users. Instead of the dominant of web creators and the owners of web company, the new Web 2.0 focuses more on user that allow us, varied participants, to create, design, and control the content of the Web while deliberately interacting with other creator and sharing our thoughts, our personal interests and our inventions. With the arrival and new dissemination of Web 2.0, the controversy increases. Personally, Web 2.0 made the online experience more convenient, enjoyable and free than ever before.
First and foremost, one of the most notable breakthrough of the Web 2.0 is the improvement in search engines including Google, Yahoo, and Bing. Tim O’ Reiley convincingly stated about the new experiences that Google brought into our life in his article “Web 2.0: Design Patterns and Business Models” rather than providing information though selling an owner product of the older company like Netscape, in the Web 1.0. “Google, by contrast, began its life as a native Web application, never sold or packaged, but delivered as a service, with customers paying, directly or indirectly, for the use of that service. None of the trappings of the old software industry are present.…

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